When you stay in Sabai Lodge Hotel, your day starts from a walk on Pattaya 2nd Alley, just 500 yards from the sea of the Pattaya Gulf. It is close to the heart of Pattaya’s nightlife, and it can be rather annoying sometimes — too noisy at night. However, if you have come to Thailand for adventures, it’s the best place to start from. Very affordable prices (as low as $25 for a standard suite, though it is very small, but the bed is fine for two), nice outdoor pool and good location are the unquestionable pluses of this hotel. However, demanding guests may find it a bit too weary: the hotel is very old and apparently needs refurbishing. The rooms are small and not very cozy: sometimes you can smell mold, especially in the combined bathroom. Local girls, though, don’t really care about such things; your wife probably does. Thus, it is obvious that this hotel is not very comfortable for family trips.
The hotel claims to have 3.5 stars, but its current rating should be lowered for sure. Its staff is not always friendly (they look tired just too often), the hotel makes an impression of an old one, and the air conditioning in suites is poor. Breakfast is surprisingly expensive (but worth it!). In general, most people choose the Sabai Lodge Hotel for the second time and further, because you can accommodate to the small rooms and rather shabby interior, but the price and location are very attractive. At the same time, the hotel staff has very liberal policy regarding visitors, so you can really enjoy your stay along with a local girl (or two! or even not a girl!).
Points - 8.6/10